MTV apparently didn't really listen to Justin Dearinger when they asked about his favorite colors.
As Hochberg explained to HuffPost, "Some of the cars were so old and rusted that they would have mechanical issues no matter how much work you put into them and the production team and the car shops worked their butts off to get parts for.We expect you to be a little more fing enthusiastic.' ".MTV dumped bags of candy in one contestant's pre-pimped car and told him to act as if he always had it there in case he got hungry."A lot of girls noticed me more." Of the three, it was Martino who had more mixed feelings about the experience.Five years after the show, with extensive and expensive outside work done by Dearinger himself, his pimped car burst into flames.
He was then told by the new owner that it had already blown out.
Then gave me a cotton candy machine in my trunk." Further explaining the situation, Martino said, "I sat there and watched them dump out two bags of generic candy.".
"For the most part, it needed a lot of work done to make it a functioning regular driver, which they did not." Martino said he had a hard time even driving the car home.Justin Dearinger said they took the "drive-in theater" and "Champagne contraptions" out of his car.He further felt as if this was all just a reason to install a cotton candy machine.The Huffington Post spoke with three of the kids who got their cars pimped: Jake Glazier from Season 4 and Seth Martino and Justin Dearinger from Season.Read more, study: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Leads Women to Increase Porn Consumption."I remember this very clearly, Big Dane, very big dude, he like puts his arm around my shoulder, kind of walks me around the shop for like 10 minutes and he's like, 'Listen, we put a lot of work into this.At least in these instances, the backstories and interests of the contestants were kind of made.